Alex Uhan begins his first season as an assistant coach in 2013 with the Concordia University Wisconsin volleyball program.
Uhan brings an extensive volleyball coaching background to the program. He played collegiately with UW-Milwaukee's men's volleyball club team for two seasons, in addition to coaching the West Bend West High School varsity program for the past three seasons, compiling a 78-42 overall record.
At WBWHS he led the program to a Wisconsin Little Ten Conference title in 2010 and two regional championships in 2010 and 2011. Uhan also propeled the program to fourth place in the Division I state rankings. Uhan previously coached at Homestead High School for three seasons as an assistant.
He has also coached the G-Force club volleyball team for the past six seasons, winning over 250 wins and 31 tournament victories. The team qualified for the National Tournament in 2012 and 2013.
Uhan played two seasons in the Association of Volleyball Professionals league and has coached six seasons of beach volleyball. He is also the Camp Director of UHAN's Skills and Competition Volleyball Camp since 2010.
During his prep career, he played at Homestead High School and helped the team advance to the WIAA State Tournament three times. Uhan was an all-conference and all-academic selection during his senior year and hepled the team to a WIAA State Tournament semifinal appearance. He also was a North Shore Conference Scholar Athlete honoree, three-time Merit Award winner and Lorenz Fischer Memorial Scholarship award winner.
He is a 2012 graduate of UW-Milwaukee, where he earned his Bachelor's Degree in communications.